|Bookdealer: The Prints & The Paper|
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Contact information: The Prints & The Paper
PO BOX 5432, Eugene, Oregon, 97405, United States
Website URL: http://www.printsandthepaper.com
Lee Kirk, Proprietor
Gary Kirk, Gofer
PO Box 5432
Eugene OR 97405 USA
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Welcome to The Prints & The Paper. Some of our specialties include Agriculture, Technical Books, Americana, Art, Photography, Ephemera, First Edition Modern Poetry, and Book Arts, but you will find books in many other categories as well.
You can locate specific items in our inventory using the search box, or you can browse through our listngs by topic. Use the Browse Categories link on the menu bar to see the catalogs representing our inventory. Click on a category and a list of subcategories on that subject will appear. Click on any of these subcategories and our listings will show up. You may have to scan down the page to see some of the subcategory lists. This is an excellent way to locate only those items that are of particular interest to you.
We are always interested in working with collectors, archives, museums, libraries, and other collections to enhance their holdings. On request, we will quote items that may be of interest prior to listing them. This usually represents a savings to our customers, since we do not have to invest time and money in on-line listing.
Our holdings are far more extensive than is represented on-line. We are particularly keen on ephemera of cultural history interest, including maps, photographs, significant post cards, advertising, brochures, pamphlets, magazines, etc. Please contact us if you have general or specific needs.
The Prints & The Paper is a modest, mostly home-based business. It is run, in fact, by ye cataloger, Lee (spousal unit Gary maintains he is the 'fetcher and toter' of the team). My catalog entries often include some wry commentary and humble personal opinions, which some folks find amusing and no doubt others think annoying. Take a look at some of them and judge for yourself!
We're a bit quirky, but never stuffy or elitist. Your questions, queries, and orders will be answered in a prompt, friendly, and courteous manner. E-mail inquiries are easiest for us to deal with, but hey -- do what works for you. We are adamant in preserving the ethics and standards of the traditional bookselling trade. Our packing is superior and our shipping is prompt. Our greatest asset is our customers and we try to provide the very best in personal and professional customer service.
Terms of Sale:
Check or money order in US$ on US bank. We also accept Visa, Discover, Mastercard, and American Express, and payments via PayPal or Google Checkout.
US DOMESTIC: Most books ship by media mail. Whenever possible, shipping cost is adjusted downward for items under 11 ounces that can be mailed by First Class. Priority rate for heavier items is $10. OVERWEIGHT AND/OR OVERSIZED BOOKS OR SETS MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL POSTAGE. You will be contacted if additional postage is required.
NON-USA destinations: Postage for destinations outside the US will be charged at current USPS rates. If the default shipping rates are excessive or inadequate, we will adjust them downward or we will contact you regarding costs if it is necessary to charge an additional amount.
All items are shipped with a guaranteed one-week right of return. (Please notify in advance of returning.)
Browse Items By Categories
Americana & U.S. States
Antiques and Collectibles: Antiques
Antiques and Collectibles: Collectibles
Arts: Original Works and Prints
Books on Books
Children's and Juvenile Books
Collectible and Rare Books
Cookbooks and Entertaining
Crafts and Skills
Disasters and Rescue
Education: Books about Education Topics
Education: Textbooks and Instructional Materials
Exploration and Discovery
Fashion and Beauty
Fiction: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Folklore and Mythology
Forestry and Logging
Games and Recreations
Garden and Horticulture
General Interest Magazines and Periodicals
History: Australia and South Pacific
History: Mexico and Central America
Holidays and Festivals
Home Repair and Decorating
Horses and Equestrian Sport
Law and Criminality
Maps and Atlases
Movements and Organizations
Music: Scores and Songbooks
Occult and Mysterious Phenomena
Parks and Historic Sites
Pets and Domestic Animals
Politics and Government
Sewing and Needlework
Technical and Engineering
> Nautical: Old and Rare
> Passenger Ship Ephemera
> Shipping Lines
Travel and Adventure
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